Staplegrove Road, Taunton

£450,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A beautifully presented three storey Victorian terraced town house with a 125ft garden. The property comprises four bedrooms and a bathroom. EPC Band E.

SITUATION

Staplegrove Road runs from North Street near the Town Centre to Staplegrove Village to the northern edge of Taunton and from there onto the magnificent countryside of West Somerset. The house is close to Taunton School and the town centre where there is an excellent range of shops and recreational facilities less than a mile away. There are footpaths leading down to the riverside walks at Longrun Meadow just beside the River Tone. Bindon Road provides a variety of shops as well as Staplegrove s primary school. There is also easy access to the mainline railway link and the M5 motorway at junction 25. London Paddington can be reached in less than two hours.

DESCRIPTION

115 Staplegrove Road is a substantial Victorian town house, which offers beautifully presented accommodation, which retains many period features arranged over three floors. The house is situated in a popular location in a newly created cul-de-sac, where there is ample off-road parking. The gardens to front and rear of the property have been landscaped and extend to approximately 125ft at the rear of the house, where there is pedestrian access via a private road.

ACCOMMODATION

A heavy panelled front door opens into the entrance porch with a half-glazed door to the entrance hallway, where there is an exposed wooden floor, door to under stairs storage cupboards, a turning staircase to the first floor and a door to the sitting room. The sitting room has an open fireplace with inset wood burning stove and a slate hearth, ceiling cornicing, picture rail and front aspect double glazed bay window that overlooks the garden. The dining room has ceiling cornicing, a picture rail and French doors through to the open plan kitchen / breakfast room. The kitchen is fitted with a range of shaker style wall and base units, a range cooker with a five-ring hob, an extractor over, oak block work surfaces with a Belfast sink, a small fridge, a dishwasher and a tiled floor with underfloor heating extends through to the breakfast room with twin Velux windows and doors that open out to the rear garden. There is a further door to the utility room with a range of built in wall and base units, plumbing and space for an automatic washing machine, space for a fridge freezer, a door to outside and a door to the inner lobby with a storage area and a door to the downstairs WC. On the first floor there is a half landing with a door to the family bathroom, which has been fitted with a period style bathroom featuring a claw foot roll top bath, enclosed shower cubicle, a wash basin, a window to the side, door to built-in storage cupboard and a separate WC. From the main landing stairs lead up to the second floor and there are doors to further double bedrooms. The master bedroom has two front aspect double glazed windows, two built-in wardrobes and a period fireplace. Bedroom two also has a period fireplace with a double-glazed window overlooking to rear garden. On the second floor there are two further double bedrooms, both with dorm windows, window seats and storage.

OUTSIDE

The front garden is enclosed by mature hedging providing a good degree of privacy with a pathway that leads to the front door and planted box hedging around the front garden. The rear garden has been landscaped and measures approximately 125 ft in length and has a paved pathway, which extends out onto a gravelled seating area, which in turn leads onto a lawned garden with a path to one side and planted flower boarders. There is a summer house with a timber archway that leads to a further outdoor seating area, where there are three apple trees, gravelled boarders, a firepit with seating area and a pathway leads to the rear of the garden, where there is pedestrian access via a private road and space for a vehicle if required to unload garden waste. The garden is enclosed by wooden fencing panels.

DIRECTIONS

Proceed away from Taunton Town Centre along Staplegrove road and upon reaching the newly built roundabout take the first turning left into the newly built cul-de-sac, where there is plenty of off-road parking.

SERVICES

Mains gas, water and drainage. Gas fired central heating and a council tax band C.

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